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Any ETA on when it'll replace 4.6.5 in Fantastico??

 

:)

 

Welcome to the forum, n_cheever. :)

 

That is up th the folks at cpanel.

 

You can always download and upgrade your self

by following their upgrade instructions.

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Welcome to the forum, n_cheever. :)

 

A little addition to what Don says...

 

Every single thing in cpanel that needs an upgrade is up to to the folks at cpanel and fantastico when to release.

 

It is always best to try to do your own installations/upgrades of the latest versions that are released.

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Welcome to the forum, n_cheever

 

ditto... :)

 

 

Thanks for the nods!

 

I went ahead and manually installed Drupal 4.7. A couple problems...

 

Under my Admin/Settings, I get a nice RED error telling my the file system path (folder "files") is not present. So, I just do a simple create new at the directory. Now, it says it's not writable. Sure enough, the write premission is only set to User. Setting it to Group and World zaps the error. Is this the right solution?

 

Also, where'd phpadmin go in CPanel? Am I missing something obvious?

 

Cheers,

NC

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Thanks for the nods!

 

I went ahead and manually installed Drupal 4.7. A couple problems...

 

Under my Admin/Settings, I get a nice RED error telling my the file system path (folder "files") is not present. So, I just do a simple create new at the directory. Now, it says it's not writable. Sure enough, the write premission is only set to User. Setting it to Group and World zaps the error. Is this the right solution?

 

Also, where'd phpadmin go in CPanel? Am I missing something obvious?

 

Cheers,

NC

 

Looks like I have a general Permission setting on the whole DB. Did I setup the DB wrong or missed a step somewhere?

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phpMyAdmin can be found at the bottom of the MySQL Database page in cPanel.

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